MOUNTAIN FARM & GIFT SHOP IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THRU DECEMBER 2013
Mountain Farm is a sustainable, 24-acre lavender, blueberry and dairy goat farm in the Appalachian mountains of Western North Carolina. Our small herd, hormone and antibiotic-free, includes registered Saanen and Nubian goats. Their fresh milk is collected each morning and then goes into the handcrafted soap, body products, and aged cheeses we make and sell right here on the farm. Please visit our Facebook page and blog to learn more!
A variety of heavenly lavender blooms from June to September. It’s soothing fragrance can be found in nearly all of our artisanal bath and spa products. We harvest lavender for our culinary line of herbs, salt, honey, vinegar, and more! Lavender bushes also creates a natural border for Mountain Farm’s meditation labyrinth.
Mountain Farm is free to visit, anytime! You can get a self-guided map in our shop and introduce yourself to our friendly animals. Mountain Farm is an interactive, working farm! With treats available in the retail store, you may hand-feed the animals, but please remember, Mountain Farm is not a petting zoo.
Visit a working farm: bottle feed kids in season, picnic on the property, enjoy refreshments from the Mountain Farm coffee shop, sit in the lavender field and inhale, cut-your-own lavender and U-Pick blueberries, too!
In 2012 Mountain Farm became the smallest Certified Dairy in North Carolina. We introduced our unique line of aged goat cheeses and became a member of the newly-established Western North Carolina Cheese Trail. We look forward to sharing tastings with our visitors this coming season. When available, we offer these cheeses for sale in our farm shop.
From May through October you can rent Blueberry Cottage, our romantic cabin on a private piece of land across the road from our farm. This is the perfect spot to plan a unique and natural wedding or just a quiet weekend getaway.
Stop by Wednesdays-Saturdays 10 AM – 5 PM and Sundays 1 PM – 5 PM.
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